Recently, I went to Pusat Sains Negara or National Science Centre for the ‘Dinosaurs Live!’ exhibition.
There were lots of dinosaurs (fake ones) around such as Stegosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-rex) and lots more!
But I am sad because the dinosaur exhibition was not as exciting as I expected.
The dinosaurs are able to move their bodies, eyes and tongues, but they do not look as alive as in my imagination.
Anyway there are lots of exciting and educational activities at the Pusat Sains Negara.
First we walked under Malaysia’s first overhead aquarium.
Next we watched the ‘Science Demonstration’ and after that I had lots of fun at ‘Eureka’ such as walking through the ‘mirror maze’, jumping on the ‘air bounce bed’ and lots more of other activities.
We also took part in the activities at the ‘Wonderspark’, ‘Pathway To Science’, ‘Flight’, ‘Thinking Machine’ and others.
There are so much of interesting things that we could do over there.
So, even though the ‘Dinosaurs Live!’ exhibition was not really fun for me but I had so much fun and learning a lot of new things about science at the Pusat Sains Negara 🙂
I hope to go there again because there are lots of activities that I do not have the chance to try.
Watch the actions on your favourite sports channel.
A solar storm sparked the spectacular northern lights display in the skies over the Upper Midwest over the weekend.
Northern light is also known as Aurora Borealis.
Southwest Japan especially in Kyushu Island, is now facing a big flood after three days of heavy rain.
So far, at least 20 people were reported killed and 9 people were missing.
About 400,000 people were ordered or advised to evacuate their homes.
Rivers broke their banks and flooded the areas and there were hundreds of landslides caused by the heavy rain.
Houses were damage and bridges were destroyed.
This is a disaster!
A sinkhole is a natural depression or hole in the Earth’s surface caused by:
karst processes or the chemical dissolution of carbonated rocks or salt beds.
suffosion processes for example in sandstone.